Starling Two-Factor Authentication Hosted - Desktop Login Administration Guide

Overview

One Identity Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login offers companies and organizations the ability to add strong Two-Factor Authentication to Microsoft's Windows client and server operating systems. It provides a simple and consistent login experience, even when the user logs in to a local or terminal session. Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login ensures secured identity authentication by requiring user to approve push notification on Starling 2FA app or provide their Starling Two-Factor one-time password during the login process.

Deployment overview

One Identity Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login adds Two-Factor Authentication to all Windows login attempts. Use Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login to enhance typical Windows Login functions by adding a Two-Factor Authentication requirement to the username and password validation. Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login supports usage of Login and Unlock Windows functions.

Figure 1: Deployment overview

Connectivity requirements

Connectivity requirements

Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login communicates with Starling Two-Factor Authentication using HTTPS. As the IP addresses can change over time, you must not lock down the firewall to an individual IP address.

Installation of Desktop Login

One Identity Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login supports both client and server operating systems.

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